Fossil Creek Kriek 2010


This vintage of Fossil Creek Kriek was created as a 50/50 blend of two sour beers, and a lot of cherries. Bottled September 2010.
  • A sour dunkelweizen, brewed as a club project. Several members of The Liquid Poets homebrew club brewed a dunkelweizen to the same recipe, and aged it eight months in a 55-gallon barrel at the New Belgium Brewing Company.
  • A standard pale sour beer (Called Biohazard Ale), aged for a year in my barrel in my basement.
  • Blend equal amounts of these two beers, and rack onto 7 lbs of Nanking cherries and 3 lbs of pie cherries.
  • Age two months on cherries, then rack off the cherries and let settle for a month before bottling.
Dunkelweizen
10 gallons, OG 1.053. Brewed September 2008, racked into NBB Barrel October 2008, racked out of barrel May 2009.
  • 10 lbs dark wheat malt
  • 10 lbs dark Munich malt
  • 0.5 lbs chocolate malt
  • 10 oz ale malt
  • 1T chalk
  • bitter to 17.1 IBU
  • Wyeast 2068 (plus whatever bacteria and yeast live in the barrel)
Biohazard 2008
14 gallons, OG 1.050. Brewed September 2008, racked into barrel October 2008, racked out of barrel November 2009
  • 15 lbs pilsner malt
  • 10 lbs white wheat
  • 1.75 lbs wheat malt
  • 1 lb pale DME
  • 0.5 lb brown sugar
  • 1t gypsum
  • 1t chalk
  • 1t CaCl
  • 4.25 oz. two year old low alpha homegrown tettnanger hops
  • Wyeast Roeselare ale blend 3763
 

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